Kelly Gramp is the Chief Development Officer at IRAP. In this role, Kelly leads IRAP’s global fundraising efforts and manages a team dedicated to cultivating a growing network of supporters, and strengthening and sustaining the organization’s development program, including individual, corporate, and institutional fundraising support and engagement. As a member of IRAP’s leadership team, Kelly provides strategic input on key organizational decisions and partners with leaders across the organization to ensure a continued path for IRAP’s evolution, growth, and impact.
Prior to joining IRAP, Kelly spent five years in the department of Donor Relations & National Programs at the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, an organization that develops philanthropic support for a leading scientific research institution. Throughout her tenure at the American Committee, Kelly was responsible for executing national and international fundraising and leadership programs, which focused on advancing the organization in the areas of donor cultivation, education, and recognition. Additionally, Kelly assumed responsibility for many donor service initiatives and governance liaison functions, including working closely with members of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
Kelly received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Wagner College, where her studies and internships focused on nonprofit community engagement.